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Feb 21, 2011 11:00pm PST
. he got back in time for his session on saturday. yes, charlie sheen and brian wilson becoming fast friends. it all happened on twitter. it's twitter time. let's see that tweet from last monday. wilson tweet, "charlie sheen is legendary," all caps "i must meet." so he did. wilson has been dealing with a sore back, but he was on the bull pen mound throwing hot sauce. he calls them beebees. he said he expects to face hitters wednesday or friday. the back is much better. here's the latest word from wilson today. >> great. it's a great game. clearly, you know, there's going to be speculation. what's going on with brian? what the heck? it's funny. it happens every spring. you know, at this stage of my career, it means a little bit more, you know. i'm not a rookie anymore. i understand why there would be a concern. i'm not concerned. the pitching staff's not concerned. the team's not concerned. i'm ready to go. let's do this. >> the giants' newest shortstop, miguel tejada, taking on a whole new level of seriousness. he's been around the block. he gets it. he understands the void in the in
Feb 27, 2011 11:10pm PST
" show tomorrow to hear what charlie sheen has to say to defend his actions this time around. "sports sunday" is up next with the latest from spring training, that is, as the a's open their cactus league schedule. >>> plus, we go deep with knbrt. laurence scott is next with "sports sunday." [ male announcer ] breakfast for breakfast. breakfast for lunch. breakfast for dinner. with three new breakfast lovers dishes, who needs a break from breakfast? denny's. america's diner is always open. >>> and now an nbc bay area editorial. >> despite signs of recovery, our cities and counties still wallow in red ink. and until we fix the crisis in local governments, the bay area's rebound will be weak. i'm suzanne shaw. the silicon valley index, a sobering new report on the region's economy concludes that even with a rebound in the private sector, public sector problems will hurt our prosperity. we spend far more than we take in. demand is up. food stamps, medical, pensions, you name it. so even though local governments cut thousands of jobs, the gap between revenues and spending is growing. nbc b
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